Now that there are thousands of blogs and feed readers and portal pages, web 2.0 has been trying to make all of that better. There is a huge push towards a single source for all of internet needs. In this article, I am going to ignore the simple tools like email and RSS readers because […]

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Over the past few days there have been some articles that piqued my interest. Both are regarding the “wisdom of crowds“, but are looking at different angles. First, there is Greg Linden (who has been on a roll lately) who talks about the madness of a growing crowd. In his post, he references a few […]

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The other day, I was reading a very good article from ReadWriteWeb regarding where all of the semantic web authoring tools are. The author, Nitin Karandikar, had some very good points about the importance of tools. On the one hand, most authors are comfortable with, and proficient in, desktop authoring tools such as Microsoft Word, […]

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Two things are prompting me to write this post. First, I was recently going through the interview process and have already started a new job. During the interviews, I learned a lot about what people expect of a “senior-level” software developer’s resume. Last week, Read Write Web posted a story about web-enabled resumes and job […]

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Before I get to the tips, let me give you a little background on why this post is written. A few days ago, Greg Linden posted about research regarding Google PageRank. The actual research paper can also be found as a pdf here. While the heart of the paper is a bit heavy on the […]

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